Both our private and professional spheres are shaped by electronics; computers run programmes and information is exchanged via networks. It is through this bond between electrical engineering and information technology that products evolve, and it is this that forms the core competence of electrical engineering and information technology at the Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt.
Comprehensive teaching of the basic subjects gives students the knowledge they need to be able to recognise core interrelations and to acquire the necessary flexibility for coping with the rapidity of technological development. The aim of the electrical engineering and information technology programme is to use practical instruction based on the fundamentals of scientific knowledge and methods that qualifies students to take on a responsible position as an engineer in the field of electrical engineering and information technology. A bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and information technology entitles the holder to use the professional title of engineer ("Ingenieur/Ingenieurin"). In addition to directly commencing a career as an engineer, the degree also entitles the holder to take up master's studies, for example in one of the master's courses offered by the THI, such as electrical engineering for mobile systems, international automotive engineering, applied research, or computer science.